Originally Posted by orlfman
Originally Posted by brucethemoose
Yeah I just noticed that, and ninja edited my post.
It doesn't bode will if this represents final Zen silicon, but I guess we'll have to see.
yeah. these are ES samples and both showing widely different benchmarks. one worse than bulldozer and other slightly faster than a i5 haswell. so we really don't know the true extent of zen's performance.
Still, thats 58 FPS vs. 93 FPS with what's presumably the same core/thread count and about the same clockspeed. Unless some of the cores on that ES are disabled, I wouldn't bet on Zen edging out Skylake core-for-core at launch.
Originally Posted by Klocek001
Originally Posted by sumitlian
If both CPUs have 8c/16t.
Zen-ES 3.2 GHz, 58 fps, 18.125 fps per GHz.
FX8350, 4.2 GHz, 42 fps, 10.00 fps per GHz.
Zen-ES seems to be 81% faster IPC than FX8350 in this case of multithreading.
of course if WCCFT is not lying about it
fx8350 is 8c/8t
It's barely 8C, depending on what you count a module as.